Sunday, September 16, 2012

Open House Sunday

Cottage Divine
This 1929 Spanish Bungalow was restored and decorated by

I wish there was a photo of the outside of the home but there isn't.
I can only imagine that it is wonderful.

A simple palette of white and brown with accents of pink is used throughout the home.
It makes me want to rethink my whole house.
Look! A weenie dog lives here.
This home is slightly rustic but feminine too.
I've had this photo pinned for quite some time. 
I adore this kitchen. It's perfection.
I want french doors in my kitchen...just like this.
Gorgeously styled
Pretty bathroom...I love the light fixture above.
The crisp white everywhere keeps this room from being too dark and heavy.
This room is a delight. All except that rug....hmmmm...could not do that rug.
Pea gravel patio to lunch upon.
Love this patio with its built in sofa.
Such a pretty place to spend a Sunday or any day!

19 comments:

Denise said...

I love the whole house as is.Perfect! Denise

Anne said...

So beautiful!

marty (A Stroll Thru Life) said...

What a beautiful home. Love the decor. Hugs, Marty

Cynthia Myers said...

oh boy, I was thinking about painting COLOR throughout my house.
Right now it's white walls with black and brown accents. But after seeing THIS, I'm rethinking it.
Of course my house is no way near as cool as THIS.
Yeah, LOVE it!

alright, now that I've had my Open House fix, I can get off the computer and accomplish something!
Thanks.
XOXO - Cindi

vintage girl at heart said...

Love the kitchen and bath the most then the mix of dark and white really makes it all seem so glamorous without being overdone.
Love the antlers too.
Love the outside seating area...would be perfect for todays weather!
Happy Sunday!

Debby said...

Great pictures. Love the decor. I like the end of your blog with the weinies.

Traci said...

You have picked another winner to show us on this Sunday. Love the white and brown too but it wouldn't matter what the house looked like because I would be spending all my time in the yard and napping on the patio couch.
Have a great weekend and give the weenies a treat for me.
Traci

Andrea at Opulent Cottage said...

What a dreamy home. The beams and plank ceiling are my favorite. This makes me want to buy a 5 gallon bucket of white paint and just go to town on my house!

Cozy Little House said...

Gorgeous, but you're right. Lose the rug.
Brenda

Ricki Jill Treleaven said...

Wow, I love that dining room and kitchen. This house really appeals to me! Great Open House Sunday post, Nita!

michele said...

i love love loved this tour!

smiles and hope you'll visit soon.

michele

An Urban Cottage said...

I REALLY like this place. It's interesting that you see it as feminine. I see it as pretty masculine. I do like the juxtaposition of the dark wood and rustic elements with the really romantic flower arrangements. Nice pick, Nita.

Amy @MaisonDecor said...

HI Nita, I loved this house!! I see it as kind of what I have going on in my Boston shop, rustic yet still appeals to both men and women. I notice that often all that is added is a pink floral bouquet to achieve that. I loved the kitchen too, its tiny but feels open and I just loved that old table/island.

bj said...

Her roses keep everything on the "side of the woman"...:) The house tends to be leaning more toward man's idea of a beautiful home...and it sure is. Thanks for sharing it with us.
I came over for the Monday party???
Thanks, bj

Bliss said...

I like this mod mix!

~Bliss~

melissa @ daisymaebelle.com said...

What a beautiful cottage! I especially love the bookcases in the dining room. Makes for such a cozy space. Thanks for sharing! Life to the full, Melissa

Sherry said...

Love this house! Gorgeous kitchen!
Sherry

Ricki Jill Treleaven said...

I came back over here to look at this cottage...methinks I am in *love*.....

I also looked at your MMM post, and I love the industrial barstools from Pier1! I hope they sell well for y'all. Great features, too!

Cindy said...

That is a gorgeous house, the kitchen is really nice, and it even has an industrial stool in it!
Hugs, Cindy

 
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